Rules of the Game.
Well, nothing like rules for putting a little control in our way, that will have helped to navigate life. I hope they provide you with food for thought as you consider, or reevaluate, the rules you live by.
Put family first
Have a vision for who you want to become, in the first we have to visualize our future, the things I found meaningful, the things I’m happy about, the types of relationships I want to create.
Where do you want to go? What’s your goal? What’s your desire?
These questions need to be answered.
It is necessary to work and knowing It’s far more important giving prime time to your family than to “get ahead” by working overtime. Make to you a big favor, see around you and answer, How much is your love for your family?
Believe in your ability
but don't forget to Follow the Golden Rule
Your ability to know that with enough time, energy, focus, resources even, that over a period of time we can develop the knowledge, skill, competence, mastery of any area that we must succeed in.
It might not be easy; there will be a hardship, struggle, and frustration.
You can believe in yourself, we can do it!
As a reminder to treat others the way you would like to be treated. It is the gold rule. We help other because we know that we need them too.
Have fun no matter what, chasing your dreams and
Take care of yourself
We have that bring the fun. We go bring the joy into this situation proactively. We will show up in whatever way, whatever way you enjoy life, whatever way that fun, joy, zest and enthusiasm sparks for you.
Doing something for yourself is not a selfish act; it’s a sustaining act.
As you had in your hands five balls in your life, spoke Brian Dyson, CEO of Coca-Cola Enterprises, and are the work, family, health, friends, and spirit and you’re keeping all of these in the air.
You will soon understand that work is a rubber ball. If you drop it, it will bounce back. But the other four balls—family, health, friends and spirit are made of glass. If you drop one of these, they will be irrevocably scuffed, marked, nicked, damaged or even shattered. They will never be the same. You must understand that and strive for balance in your life.
Be patient but persistent
Has a personal growth plan
Give yourself the patience and allowance to do a good job. It might take longer than you think it’s going to take. A lot of people are in such a hurry, calm has a plan for your day and your future. The key to personal growth is to have a beginner’s mindset. Beginners admit they don’t know everything and proceed accordingly. As a general rule, they’re open and humble, noticeably lacking in the rigidity that often accompanies experience and achievement.
We have to be persistent towards our dreams and patient with ourselves.
Give more than you receive
Love and respect others playing the same game
Everyone must ask for help at some point along the journey of life, but each person also has an inborn need to serve others.
So love others on your journey. Make it a practice. Make it a discipline. Make it an area of mastery, where other people around you always feel like you’re so attentive to them that they feel adored and appreciated. They feel your affection and it’s real, authentic and genuine.
To serve other people's and grow your life, we need to stay in the love forever.